Do you seriously have enough beef to last through the winter?
|(photo: Cowgirl Jules)|
Check your freezer, because ours is full.
Of course, maybe the problem is that I'm simply not charging our Buyer's Club members enough...
I haven't seen any reason to increase our prices, as I covered earlier.
Unfortunately, this also means that I'm tempted to simply take these steers to auction instead of offering them to you.
Here's the deal: I've got three quarters still in our freezer, as well as about 33 pounds of steaks, roasts, and every cut except hamburger.
So while I'd like to keep it to quarters, I can fill in some extra for Buyer's Club Members. (We also have liver and other cuts not so demanded.)
Right now, the quarters we have are about 70 lbs. each and have all the cuts possible, as they're mixed.
So - while they last, you can get these for $280, which comes out to $4/lb - that includes the processing fees. Since regular supermarket hamburger is approaching this, you can see that is quite a bargain - with the free farm tour.
All you have to do is come to the farm to pick up your meat.
Sign up if you haven't, or email me if you have.
I don't see processing another steer this fall unless there's more requests - so the time is ripe to pick up some beef at below market prices.
Let me know...
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